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Jeeps are designed with special attention to their off-roading capabilities. Since they were first produced people have felt the need to test their rides on off-road trails and roads. Now, there are many clubs and groups and even special events that celebrate the off-roading abilities of Jeeps.

Jeeps were first produced in the 1940's. They were designed and marketed using the positive reputation that they had gained during World War II and many of the first buyers were veterans who had used them during their time in the war. The first marketed Jeep was the CJ's they came straight from the factory ready to be taken off-road and enjoyed. Early Jeeps featured high ground clearance, four-wheel drive and the ability to change into low gears. During the time of their release, there weren't as many highways as there are today which left driver's with plenty of open space to test their ride and their own off-roading.

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It wasn't long after their initial release that Jeep clubs began to appear. These groups tended to be include members who had a mixture of both technical and driving knowledge. Members of these clubs would organize rides on locally found trails and would also organize trips to other popular trails located nationally. These groups were a way for fellow owners to gather and compare notes on how they used their ride and driving methods that they discovered. There are still many groups/clubs in existence today, they have become better organized and some hold annual events that attract off-roaders from across the country.

One of these events is the Jeep Jamboree. This event was first launched in 1982 by Jeep owners and has now become associated with the Jeep brand. Jamborees are dedicated to providing Jeep owners with an unforgettable off-roading experience, as well as, the chance to test out new equipment and see how other Jeep owners have modified their Jeeps. Jeep Jamborees allow owners to communicate and share tips that they have discovered over the years. Along with Jamborees, there is also Camp Jeep. Camp Jeep is an annual event that has been sponsored by Jeep since 1995. It is held in a different location each year and includes events for every member of the family. Owners can also attend lectures, seminars and visit vendor displays while at Camp Jeep.

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With a brand history of 125 years, Edox now has firmly formed its status in the Haute Horology via manufacturing splendid watches of sophistication, ultra-thin mechanisms, superb quality and timeless elegance and uniqueness. This brand was initially established in 1884 by an insightful businessman called Christian Ruefly-Flury. Just in a short period, he turned the small business into one of the most renowned watch-making manufacturers in the world. In order to meet the diverse demand of the customers, Edox enriched its iconic Proud Heritage collection with another high-end timepiece that has an intimate relationship with the motor sports, namely, the new Koenigsegg Limited Edition Wristwatch.

The new creation is available in two models including one with handcrafted titanium case and the other with the same case but embellished by brilliant diamonds. The watch case is measured 48*54*19mm. Both are powered by an automatic Edox chronograph movement that is COSC-certified to ensure the precise timing and excellent performance. This wristwatch is fully functional for hour, minute and go functions, tachymeter scale and big date display. The watch is in complicated architecture including scratched-resistant sapphire crystal glass with anti-reflective coating, eye-catching carbon-fiber dial with the mixed colors of silver, black, yellow and white. Even the diamond model, the hour indicators are ornamented by straight-line diamonds. Brand logo is marked beneath 12 o’clock and further below is the double date aperture. What is more, three chronographs counters in white and orange form a striking contrast against the dark hues of the dial.

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Due to the close relationship with the luxurious automotives manufacturer, the new creation can perfectly integrate the passion for high-end timepiece with the passion for the Koenigsegg sports cars. You can kill two birds with one stone! Isn’t a nice thing to go? This kind of wristwatch is produced at limited edition of 40 pieces covering 10 highlighted by glittering diamonds. It is waterproof to 50 meters, available for daily water actions. The amazing wristwatch is completed with voguish black crocodile leather strap with deployment buckle. The retail price per each is near $30,000 to match the luxurious Koenigsegg automobile.

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Lamborghini was founded in 1963 by Ferrucio Lamborghini, a former army member who established their own company committed to building tractors. The tractor business developed as years passed as well as in 1970 another factory was founded to produce air conditioning units and heaters for buildings. The incredible success was celebrated in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy where the company established its headquarters.

But everything changed when he met Enzo Ferrari. It was the moment when his desire to build high-speed supercars with luxurious interiors revealed itself. Ferrucio complained to Enzo about a clutch problem that the Ferrari he owned had. Enzo told him that "the problem is not with the car but with the driver..." and that he was asked to take care of his tractors and leave the issue for those who get sound advice.

Disappointed through the answer received, Ferrucio dismounted the transmission of his car and found out that his car used exactly the same transmission as his tractors. Because of this discovery, he asked some talented men who worked for Enzo Ferrari including Franco Scaglione, Giotto Bizzarini and Gian Paolo Dallara to provide him help. As a result, the team created the perfect competitor for that Ferrari cars, the Automobili Lamborghini.

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Ferrucio was inspired by its birth sign, Taurus, and started using it as an emblem for his cars. In fact, even nowadays the Lamborghini cars are named after bulls. The Italian company also recruited Giotto Bizzarrini, a worker who used to work for Ferrari and asked him to create and manufacture a V12 engine for Lamborghini. This engine was soon built and was able to produce 400 horsepower. But because Ferrucio wanted a GT car and never a racing car, the ability was reduced to 280 horsepower.

The very first car manufactured by Lamborghini was the GTV prototype as the first production car was the Lamborghini 350GT manufactured in 1964. After the Lamborghini 350GT, the history of Lamborghini continued using the manufacture and release of the Miura, a genuine supercar named after a well-known bull race. However the success didn't stop here. In 1968 Lamborghini manufactured the Lamborghini Espada 400GT which was a large hit, a lot more than 1,200 cars being built at Sant'Agata.

In 1970, the race driver Bob Wallace worked to rework his Miura S right into a race car. He redesigned the suspension, reduced the weight and placed new spoilers receiving a fast race car that could range from zero to 62 mph in 3.6 seconds. But Ferrucio wasn't thinking about the race proposal of Wallace and chose to sell the prototype from the Lamborghini Miura Jota to an Italian enthusiast. In the 1970s, an italian man, company suffered due to the economic crunch and Ferrucio sold his shares to some Swiss car lover, George-Henri Rosseti. But the company continued without its founder. After some dark days and only one car produced (the Coutach 400S in 1980), Lamborghini was sold towards the French brothers Patrick and Jean-Claude Mimran who produced the off-road LMA series and the Coutach Quattrovalvole. Later, another page from the Lamborghini history was written when Lee Iaccoca bought the organization for $33 millions.

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When General Motors announced its tie-up with the makers of the movie Transformers, fans were interested to see how the Detroit automaker placed their vehicles in the movie. The use of the Camaro, a modified GMC Topkick, a Hummer H2 and the Pontiac Solstice in the film was said to be overdone. There have been comments that the advertisement of the said vehicles has overshadowed the film in general. But with the recent tie-up between Volkswagen and the Bourne Ultimatum movie, feedback has significantly been more positive.

According to, the use of Volkswagen vehicles in the third installment of the action thriller was done in good taste. Case in point is the display of the Volkswagen emblem. One of the two Volkswagen nameplates used in the movie was the new Touareg 2. In the movie, moviegoers will not be assaulted by blatant shots of the VW emblem as the Touareg used in the movie was involved in an accident that saw its entire grille including the VW logo being wiped out early in the car chase scene.

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This apparent lighter tone of product placement can also be witnessed on the use of the other Volkswagen vehicle in the movie. The European-spec Golf GT Sport used in the movie by Nicky Parsons played by Julia Stiles was only shown briefly. This is in contrast to the heavy-handed advertising done by General Motors with their four cars in the film Transformers.

Another vehicle from the Volkswagen AG group that made an appearance at the movie was a previous generation Audi A6. The fact that the model used in the movie was not the current generation means that its use in the film goes almost unnoticeable.

The movie is not peppered by Volkswagen vehicles with identical logos and has a Volkswagen side marker assembly each but also features vehicles that has no connection whatsoever to the largest European automakers. A Lincoln Navigator made by the FoMoCo marque was used prominently in certain scenes of the movie. Even a Chevy Impala police car can be seen appearing in the movie as well as many Chrysler 300Ms. The placement of these vehicles made by the Big Three added to the anonymity of the Volkswagen vehicles used in the movie.

But while Volkswagen is subtle in the use of the Touareg 2 in the movie, it is less so in a site it launched recently. The new site is a stunt simulator that has the Touareg featuring prominently. This is where Volkswagen capitalized on their tie-up with the film. The site allows visitors to create stunts of their own using the Touareg 2 as their vehicle of choice. They can create car chases and show them to the world.

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Mercedes Benz is now known worldwide for the quality and satisfaction it brings to its customers. This German automaker found its merger in 1926 but the origins of the company date back to the mid-1880s. The founders Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz were working with Wilhem Maybach at that time and they separately invented an internal combustion engine-powered automobile. Then on 1886, Daimler purchased a stagecoach made by Wilhelm Wimpff and Sohn. He and Maybach made it to adapt the engine that they invented and was able to produce an engine-propelled four-wheel carriage. And when 1899 came, the DMG (Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft) automobiles owned by Daimler and his partner Maybach were successfully raced by Emil Jellinek. He was an automobile dealer and enthusiast. Before racing the DMG automobile, he had Mercedes, his daughter's name, painted on it for good luck.

But Jellinek still wanted to drive faster race cars and so he spurred the development of the seminal 1900 DMG model. This was the first automobile of the DMG Mercedes series bearing the name of his daughter. And so Mercedes started to be known as producer of race cars. Because of this, Jellinek also invented a logo that would best represent his ideals and dreams. He came up with a three-pointed star as a logo, each point representing an element water, air, and land. This was because Jellinek wished to build motors which can be used on air, water, and land. It was later combined with the Benz Laurel wreath, symbolizing victory and glory, at the time of the merge in 1926.

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Today, the Mercedes Benz Emblem represents the quality, luxury, and performance that every Benz model holds in it. Like the models that Benz produces each year, the Mercedes Benz Emblem has also gone changes, to better signify the authority of Benz, and what they have to offer.

Mercedes Benz has also taken into account people nowadays love for customization and accessories. The Mercedes Benz Emblem is done with different styles to complement any Benz owner's taste and style. But every Mercedes Emblem is still within the Benz concept – authority and character. Luxurious drivers (like that of Benz owners) feel that they have the need to pamper their Benz with every accessory they can put in. They know that the Mercedes Benz Emblem adds to the hotness and the coolness of their Mercedes wheels, that's why they equip or replace their Benz emblems.

Benz owners also feel that by adding or replacing their Mercedes Emblems, they signify their love and loyalty to Mercedes Benz. Aside from representing the quality of Benz, the Mercedes Benz Emblem also signifies the world's oldest continuously produced automobile line. The Mercedes Emblem also signifies their pioneering for the majority of technological and safety features. Because of all these significances that Mercedes Emblems bring, drivers feel the more need for it to proudly parade it through the streets and freeways. They feel that this is the best way they could say “I continue on the legacy of luxury that is Benz,” and “This is how I roll.”